Circulating Zero Waste? This Newspaper Facility Delivers.

March 16, 2016 by  
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We often think of the concept of zero waste as it relates to the individual – trimming one’s life until the amount of waste generated is absolutely inconsequential (a year’s worth of might fill a jar or a small shopping bag, for example). The goal…

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What Is The Future Of The Office? Can Boomers and Millenials Mix?

March 11, 2011 by  
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Image credit Lloyd Alter It has taken me a while to prepare this post about my interview of Ginny Baxter of Herman Miller; there was so much to take in. The website says “Ginny is a member of Herman Miller’s Applied Knowledge team. She is intrigued by the nature of the individual at work and impact of the generations.” That is an understatement; she is obsessed.

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Harrison Ford’s Green New World and More Celebrity News

March 11, 2011 by  
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Photo: by Vivien Killilea/WireImage Facebook offers plenty of eco-focused games to fill your time in between status updates and photo tagging, but the newest one, Ecotopia, has some very big names behind it — including Harrison Ford , whose Conservation International teamed up with Talkie game studio to develop and release the game. ..

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A Dirty Power Transmission Line Comes to Its End

March 11, 2011 by  
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Photo credit: Sierra Club “I’m absolutely affected by the air quality. My house is downwind of this coal plant, as is the Shenandoah National Park. This should be a pristine area, but the air quality is so poor that there are often health alerts issued

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Spotlight on Two of Canada’s Greenest Breweries

March 11, 2011 by  
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A lot of people were excited to read about Magic Hat fueling the brewing process with fuel produced by its own waste, and a reader wrote in to share another brewery that has green merits also worth highlighting: British Columbia-based Driftwood Brewery , which recently launched a beer “brewed entirely with barley grown and malted on the Saanich Peninsula by artisan maltster Mike Doehnel—who the 100-Mile Diet folks

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